Edmond basketball: Boneman's crystal ball...
By Robert Przybylo
Oh, it’s gonna be some fun times for Edmond basketball teams the next two months. Both boys and girls teams have some incredible talent. Don’t be too shocked if you see me always at an Edmond game down the stretch (sorry).
Boys: Clearly the best 6A team in the state…right now. Love this team and hope they keep it together. We knew about Obi Emegano, James Woodard and Jared Jobe, but I think it’s going to be sophomore Jordan Woodard that might push this team. Competition is going to be fierce, though.
Girls: This is the year Alie Decker becomes a household name. She already is in the Edmond circles, but Decker is a top-tier player, for sure. You add in the shooting of Brooklyn Bell and the always-consistent coaching of Shane Coffey, Bulldogs are going to be right in the thick of things.
Boys: The pieces are there, but they’re just not fitting yet. With Aaron Anderson and Josh Richardson, the Wolves have two incredibly talented players. Trying to find those leaders at the guard position is going to be crucial. I’ll see the Wolves on Tuesday vs. Putnam North.
Girls: Is this the best girls team in the state? I’ve believed for two years Courtney Walker is the best player in the state. The girls are still so young from Daisha Gonzaque to Arielle Cooper to Cameerah Graves, but this team gels well together.
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